SP's Aviation - ISSUE No 6-2018Previous Issue Next Issue
On May 28, 2018, the aviation community the world over was shocked by the news of the demise of one of the living legends of the global aviation industry, Serge Dassault, former Chairman of Dassault Group. This is a France-based group of companies established in 1929 and today, is a global leader in the production of both military aircraft and business jets.
Although Dassault Aviation and Airbus have historically been rivals, under the newly emerging political dispensation, they have decided to jointly embark on a major venture of global significance
Carrier-borne aircraft have come a long way in respect of capability to project air power leading to a paradigm shift in the military capability of a nation
While the process for selection of a new FRA is underway, there is trepidation amongst IAF circles about the budgetary deprivation afflicting the defence services
From Aviation Minister Jayant Sinha endorsing Flying Rickshaws to IIT-Kanpur- VTOL Aviation India’s 15 crore collab to make flying cars, SP’s Aviation separates facts from fiction.
EXCLUSIVECIVIL | TECHNOLOGY
Imagine a world without the stress of traffic, where mobility is a breeze, where you can enjoy the best of technology... EVA (Electric Visionary Aircrafts) is the first Compact Autonomous E-VTOL (Electric Vertical and Take-OFF Landing).
EXCLUSIVECIVIL | INTERVIEW
Co-founder of PigeonIS, Dewang Gala, talks using drone technology to replace manual labour and civil aviation ministry’s drone policy
The C919 is set to significantly change the narrow-body airliner segment in the next three years or so when its deliveries commence
Aviators around the globe convened at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) to take stock of the business aviation scenario
The Indian aerospace industry has embarked on a project for the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft, a fifth-generation combat aircraft to be designed, developed and built by the indigenous aerospace industry.
The Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), which had conceived and designed the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas, has set the ball rolling for building the next-generation combat platform, the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA).
Around 1885, Samuel Langley began to take a keen interest in flight and soon started experimenting with rubber-band powered scale models and gliders
Procurement of combat aircraft for the IAF is not only becoming an expensive proposition bordering the unaffordable, but increasingly difficult as well.